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US President Donald Trump has largely put defense at the heart of his campaign and his time as Commander-in-Chief thus far – however, his initial plans for a ban on.. One News Page Staff
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says the Trump administration was "too restrictive" in deciding what family relationships qualify as close enough to avoid the ban on travel from six mostly.. Newsmax Also reported by •Seattle Times
On July 11, the Department of Homeland Security delayed the International Entrepreneur Rule, six days before it was set to go into effect, until March 14.
The DHS had approved the Obama-era rule,.. Business Insider
Some people say President Trump hasn't accomplished much during his time in office, but those people are flat out wrong.
So what if he hasn't built that wall yet or figured out the logistics of that.. Mashable
Shortly before its summer recess, the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear oral arguments on the Trump administration's revised travel ban against nationals from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan Mondaq
The court said the administration couldn’t ban travel by people from six Muslim-majority countries who are extended family of U.S. residents, but that it could move ahead with a ban on a broad group.. Wall Street Journal
Supreme Court justices said Wednesday that the Trump administration could temporarily reinstate restrictions on refugee resettlement, but that it could not limit the kinds of “close” family members.. L.A. Times